Hotel Campanile PARIS 19-La Villette
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... it was more of a gold color like the Golden Gate Bridge, but no, it's like a grey/brown color. At the bottom of the hill, on either side of the river are more carousels, which of course we have to ride and get photos with the Eiffel in the background!
The lines are short and we are up on the 2nd deck in 10 minutes. Pickpockets are rampant here, Heather notices one outside on the deck and I noticed another scoping me out for a good ...
... tiny but we managed to fit into it with our bags, but barely. We got to the fourth floor and our room was right there on the left. The first thing I thought is that this was going to be noisy being here next to the elevator, but maybe it'll be well insulated. We stepped through the door and BOOM, there it was, Tour Eiffel. Well, at least the top of it. There is a building that blocks the view from the entryway. We immediately dropped our stuff and headed to the bathroom window ...
... had began as the architects were detecting fractures as the height of the walls increased. There are gargoyles with spouts for their mouths at which serve to direct rainwater away from the building, hence preserving the exterior. We contrasted the design of Notre Dame to St. Paul's and all the boys had very unique ideas and opinions. The family was evenly divided as to which cathedral was their favourite.
... few times over, and was really stunning. We circled around and also saw the little apartment that Gustav (Eiffel) had included. Novel place to have a study...right at the top,of his tower!
We then dropped back down to the bottom and returned to the Bus, aiming to hop off near the Louvre/Musée D'Orsay and wander. Was cool to see a few stalls along the banks of the Seine, and when we hopped off there were a few artists with some drawings and paintings ...
... play quite a bit and there were lots of laughs. I felt very lucky to be part of this evening and was treated like the guest of honour. I thank them for sharing the evening and their traditions with me. Now you'd all be disappointed if I didn't tell you what we ate..... We started with froi gras with toast, which was quite nice and the appropriate accompanying wine from the Loire region. The second course was spatchcock, a ...